Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 13
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Bind Mothers at Burt have fathers guests Burt — Band Mothers club met at school March 17 with hostesses Aleeda Harms, Lois Scheer, Thelma Lappe, Betty Cranston, Palma Holding, Grace Ackerman, Mary Sill, Lucille Behrends, Marian Waltman, and Ruth Long. The fathers were guests. The eleven pupils who won blue ribbons at the contest at Mason City three weeks ago were the program, The club voted to serve the Lions club senior banquet April 18. There are 23 high school pupils entered in the state music contest at Bode Match 25. The fidmitiating COfnmittee Was appointed—Eleanor Stenzel, Alice Praser and Marian Waltman to report at next meeting. CLUB TO MEET BUrt Woman's club will meet March 28 with hostesses Helen Smith and Lois Scheer. The theme of the program is The American Home and Culinary Art. The elementary mixed vocal group will sing, and Lillian Meinzer, Helen McCully, Genevieve Graham, Lillle Fredrickson and Beth Miller are on the program. SURPRISE PARTY A surprise birthday party was held March Id at the Cunningham Tea Room for Mrs. Amelia Polhemus, 87. Her son Warren Polhemus, St, Louis, Mo., planned this party with 21 neighbors as guests. The Ernest Pol- hemuses & the Edward Polhe- muses of Artesia, Calif., phoned Mrs. Polhemus Saturday. ATTEND OPEN HOUSE The F. C. Soderbergs attended the open house at the Methodist church in Dows for the George Warden's 50th wedding. They were also guests at their home before the open house. Also attending the open house were the M. L. Duttons and Glenn Teeters. Warm hearted hospitality with the v modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS "19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating Restaurant Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars ^Swimming pool • '- Conveniently located to shopy and airport BOULEVARD CONGRESS MOTEL 5637 Lyndale Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone 612 TA 5-4488 On U. S. Hwys. S5 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 The Rev. Scheer family, Martha and Eugene Drager, Algona, and .Irene Drager, Spencer, were guests March 20 at Homer Sabin's. The Howard Salisburys were guests March 20 at Milton Salisbury's in Forest City, for birthdays of Brian and Milton. The Milton Salisburys will move to Faribault where he will teach American Literature, llth grade. He has received his masters degree at Mankato state and will study for doctor's degree. U and I Circle will meet a day later than planned as the extension lesson will be given on regular date April 12. U and I will meet April 13 at Ruth Patterson's. Mrs. Meta Gifford will go to Iowa City Tuesday for a checkup at University hospital. The Neal Wubbens have a 9 lb. 14 oz. son born March 17 at Buffalo Center hospital. He has been named Wade Patrick. They have a son Scott, 2. Mrs. Helen Weiske will go to Iowa City Wednesday to go day the. .Ray Westlings and Doris Holtapp visited Mrs. Otto Westtiftg and La Vefla in Webster City. Tile Henry Smiths went to Mason City Sunday to Visit a grandson, Mark Andrew, son of the Vernon Smiths, Hampton, who is a patient at Park hospital The ten day old baby has a blood clot on his brain. Mrs. Smith remained for a week. Mr. Smith returned Sunday. At the state speech contest at Lake Mills Friday, Claudeen Cranston won first in humorous declamation and Clint Patterson won second in oratorical. Guests Thursday of Mrs. Art Leason were Mabel Leason and Melvin Faber. Guests of Mrs. Nora Garner Thursday to Sunday were her sister, Mrs. Florence Dumais and the Maurice Olsons, of International Falls, Minn. The Wm. Giddings, Mrs. Guy Giddings Sr. ( Burt, Guy Giddings Jr., LuVerne, attended the funeral Monday of Jerry Ward at Brookings, S.D. He was a cousin. Father and Son banquet held at St. Joe hall St. Joe — The K.C. Father- Son annual banquet was held Wednesday Friedmann, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher was toastmaster with Milford Plathe, grand knight giving the welcome. Joe Sinnwell spoke with the response by Eldon Erpelding. District deputy Harley Hutchinson, Bancroft, and Rev. Marvin Boes were among the guests. The program included two songs from Music Man by Vicki McGuire accompanied by Corrine Bormann. A CDA committee prepared and served the banquet. Toastmaster James L. Andersen, local high school teacher, was named by Edgar M. Meyer, Kossuth Education Association president, to be toastmaster for the group's banquet April 13th at the Algona Country Club. The progrart theme is "Teaching Can Be Fi'tl' with light-hearted acts, moderr music, and a touch of opera will be featured. Speaker will be Rev. G. J. C Gerike, pastor of Trinity LUith eran church. The banquet will bs the first in the association's history and a capacity crowd is expected. Limited numbers of .ickets are being sent to Kossuth schools by ticket chairman Adolph Knoblock. with Rev. Cecil Algona, speaker. TO CALIFORNIA Albert (Butch) son of the E. J. lasches, graduate Christensen (Jiggs) Kol of De Vriy through the clinic sitv hospital. The Raymond- at Univer- Lavrenzes, Electronic School, Chicago, is employed at Lockheed Space and Missile at Sunnyvale, Calif Enroute to California he visit ed his brother, Randy Kollasch freshman at St. Benedict's col lege, Atchinson, Kan., and with a classmate Mike Sinnwell, son of the Joe Sinnwells, St. Joe who is employed with Electro • • • • r •*v M i:; • VT .-rt* 11 f . s r Passion Play at Trinity Prep school, Sioux City, Sunday whe- e Daryl Kohlhaas is a freshman. Delegates to church meet are selected Seneca — Mrs. Raymond Bergum and Mrs. Art Bergum had the Blakjer Lutheran church women Thursday afternoon at the church. They voted to send a gift to the general ALCW convention to be held July 6-8 at Portland, Ore., and to Emmetsburg Conference Convention at the Estherville Lutheran church Friday, April 29. Delegates named for the conference convention were the auxiliary chairman, Mrs. Ted Jensen, ami Mrs. John Johannesen. Mrs. Ed na Johannesen was named as alternate. Mrs. Henry Looft stewardship secretary, also an nounced that donations for the New Guinea project must be turned in by March 27 and al rolled bandages for Lutheran World Relief be brought in a soon as completed. Mrs. Martin Lium had charge of devotion and the cause of the month. Bi ALGONA (lewa) ADVANCED THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 nics in Phoenix, Ariz. Both are rarrigan high graduates. ble study was by Mrs. Oherland. Odey Stratford, visited here the first of the week. Guests Friday to Sunday of Mrs. Lottie Isenberger were her daughter Stella, Mrs. Henry Anderson, Logan, and her son Lynn Anderson, Missouri Valley. Walter Steward is home from Veterans hospital in Des Moines. The Ray Miller family, Estherville were guests Sunday of the Stewards. The G. H. McMullens spent Sunday at Jack McMullen's, North wood. The J. L. Millers returned Thursday from a six weeks trip to Texas. Mrs. Clara McChane and Mrs. Lillian Meinzer were guests Thursday at the Hugh William's. Mrs. Doris Holtapp, Pomeroy, visited Wednesday to Sunday with the Vern Shiplers and Ray Westlings. Mrs. Shipler and Mrs. Holtapp are sisters. Gue^ sts Sunday at the Ray Westling's were the Clarence West- lings, Barnum, the Vern Ship- lers, and Doris Holtapp. Thurs- Howard Friders was given a surprise birthday party March 12. In attendance were Alvin Bormann, Richard Plathe, Kenneth Bormann, Gary Kramer, Tom Capesius, and Howard Kohlhaas. The Joe Sinnwells spent last weekend with their son Mike Sinnwell in Phoenix, Ariz. They went via plane. The Ray Thilges and Mrs. Delmer Plathe from here and Mrs. Catherine Fisch, Algona, attended the funeral Thursday at the Catholic church at Nashua for Paul Hanneman 18, son of the Paul Hannemans Sr., Nashua. Paul had heart surgery the day before his death. His mother is a niece of Mrs. Fisch. The Joe E. Loebachs, Burt, have a daughter born March 20 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. The Loebachs have a son Joe Jr., 2. The Alvin Kleins, St. Joe, and Joe H. Loebachs, Whittemore, are the grandparents. The Wilfred Kohlhaases and K. L. Kohlhaases attended the ..-:!,'. ,: ',: ..•n-.'.::il)l' .: .:,-r;v -71: BOYS TO TOURNEY The Sentral boys basketball squad with the manager . and coaches left Friday morning for Des Moines for the state tournament.. Making the trip were Ronald Brekke, Brian Johnson, Ross Johnson, Perry Eimers and Ricky Shaw of the Seneca area; also, Dennis Berkland, Robert Bierle, William Duncan, James Geitzenauer, Kenneth Marlow, Nick Mueller, Randy Bierle, Terry Collins, Gene Hartman, Charles Collins, Ronnie Dacken, Michael Lee, Leslie Luedtke, Duane De Sart, Allan Marlow and Dennis Uthoff. Coaches James Woltz and Larry Paulson, also John Thatcher, physical training instructor, accompanied the boys. e discussed for the 4-H basket>all tournament. The 4-H pledge was led by Randy Kabrick. )ick Lynch is reporter. The ReV. Stanley Hansons, Sxira, called on friends in the Seneca and Ringsted area Monday and Tuesday. They sat in on a portion of the Bethel Bible Study class Monday evening at ,he Blakjer church at which inie Pastor Hansen presented a Bethel Bible Study Teacher's certificate to Mrs. Otto Wilberg, who is presently teaching a series of the study. Former teachers included Kenneth Halver son and Gaylord Olsen, each of whom taught a series of lessons on the Old Testament. Harold Grunhovd, Mankato visited the Ted Jensens Monday. He was enrote to Fort Dodge. Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club junior basketball team was defeated in the first round games by the Fenton 4-H jun ior team. The senior team won its first round game defeating the Eagle team. Ledyard couple plan open house Ledyard — Mr. and Mrs. Marin Simonsmeier will have their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house March 27 at the Swea City VFW hall from 2 to R rhe event is sponsored by their sons, Larry, Des Moines, and Robert, Mankato. Friends and relatives are invited. No other invitations are being sent. 4-H-News The Cresco Boys 44t met on March 21, at 8 p.m. in the Ex- ension Building. Dean Teetef ihd Russel Shaw Were chosen lelegates for Counselors Camn. Oavid Roethler and Chuck Fri- •leres are delegates for District camp. Talks were given by Daryl and lufich Was served b> . m and JIM ' tf tVi&erSs Larry Rochleau. AT INSURANCE SCHOOL Harold C. Sundet, A tended the Midwest Life ance Co.. Lincoln, Neb., urtnep writing school in Lincoln, March 16-18. He qualified for attelld* ance through sales achievement and service. K n BOYS CLUB MEETS Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club voted to clean up some of the roadsides in Seneca Township during the month of April at a meeting at Theresa Ellen and Tim Lynch's recently Ellen Lynch, Theresa Lynch and Tim Lynch gave talks. Plans we For your dancing pleasure , . . SATURDAY MARCH 26 THE RHYTHM ACES SATURDAY, APRIL 2nd BACK BY POPULAR REQUEST The Charles Russell Orchestra featuring Jimmy Noonan, Voc«li»t HUMBOLOT'S "Home of Good Entertainment" On Hwy. 169 Nt»t to Johnny's Stftk H«rbor HUMBOLDT, IOWA SEED POTATOES HAVE ARRIVED!! 10 tons in all •Choose from Certified- Kennebecs Pontiacs Early Ohios Irish Cobblers Lovely ELITE Hats for Spring & Easter by • Mr. JOHN, Jr. • JULIE KAY • JO LYNN • RANDI • LINDA Select From: Smart tailored straws, rough, balibuntal, toyo, panama luscious flowers, solids and trims. Gloves & Scarves In a spring flower array of pretty pastels |j£ Algona, Iowa stock up on value our CHEVROLET DOUBLE DIVIDEND DAYS! ••'ty I I ^ ;il ; 1 Chevetle 3004-Door Sedan EATING KENNEBECS 100 Us. SUMMER HOURS Open 6:30 a.m. Daily Open 9 a.m. Sundays Free Delivery For Your Convenience EAST END GROCERY hurry in today for a second to none trade-in-allowance No. 1 Buy from the No. 1 Dealer Chevrolet! Pure Oil winners in 4 out of 4 classes entered at Daytorm! ^u, Wide selection in stock We have lots and lots of new cars in stock . . . including Caprice, Chevelle and Chevy II STATON WAGONS . . . Chevelle 4-door SPORT COUPE . . . 4-door Impalas, Caprices, Bel Air 4 doors and Chevy II 4-doors . . , also'Corvair 4-doors and 2 doors ... all styles and colors. Hurry in today for the best deal in town. @ USED CARS • 1963 MONZA 2-door, Power Glide, Radio, red with black interior and bucket seats. 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door sedan, V-8, Power Glide, radio. 1960 CHEVROLET Impala 4-door "6" cylinder. 1959 CHEVROLET Biscayne 2-door, "6" Cylinder, straight stick. 1959 CHEVROLET Impala 4-door, V-8 and Power Glide. 1959 FORD 4-door Galaxie V-8. 1959 OLDSMOBILE "98" Convertible. 1959 CHEVROLET Bel Air Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, straight stick. • ' 9 ^ I MOTORS :; PHONE 5-3762 i ^HitiHH-'H"H ALGONA ii ill ill 1 1 1 I * ALGONA. IOWA

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